Of Set Theory and (False?) Claims of Logical Contradictions
OK, starting with Neil Rickert and not ending with him, people have made bald claims that my methodology of set comparison wrt infinite sets and their cardinality, causes logical contradictions.
Unfortunately all alleged logical contradictions have been my opponents' inability to properly use my methodology.
So it is strange that I get these claims of logical contradictions and yet no one can say what those are.
And not only that no oen can say what the practical application is for saying that the set of all non-negative integers and all positive integers have the same cardinality. It doesn't appear to have any use at all. Therefor it seems to me that saying the first set has a greater cardinality than the second set is not wrong becasue it has no effect whasoever.
So can anyone tell me what the alleged logical contradictions are or are all my opponents just full of shit?